Counseling services are available to students and potential students through the Tony Rand Student Center by appointment and walk-in.
In the case of an emergency, call 911 or an appropriate help line number (PDF).
- Academic Counseling
- Educational Planning
- Individual & Group Counseling
- Personal Counseling & Referrals
- Student Advocacy
Studying is a skill that is comprised of several factors:
- Time Management
College can be a time of great change, which can sometimes be overwhelming and trigger feelings of depression. If you are feeling constant stress or prolonged sadness for weeks or months at a time, you may be experiencing depression. It is important to seek help so that you can be treated and begin the process of recovery.
If you are experiencing feelings of depression, use the resources below or contact a counselor for help:
Symptoms of Depression
- Loss of interest or enjoyment in activities you once enjoyed
- Change in weight
- Difficulty sleeping or oversleeping
- Energy loss
- Feelings of worthlessness
- Thoughts of death or suicide
If you are experience thoughts of suicide, call for help! Dial 1-800-273-TALK or tell someone you trust about your feelings.